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640
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24 x 16 cm
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This revised second edition of a popular handbook for engineers describes the important relationship between high-energy radiation environments, electronic device physics and materials. It is a straightforward account of the problems which arise when high-energy radiation bombards matter and of engineering methods for solving those problems. Radiation effects are a problem encountered in the use of highly engineered materials such as semiconductors, optics and polymers. The finely-tuned properties of these materials may change drastically when exposed to a radiation environment such as a beam of X-rays or electrons, the space environment or the 'hadrons' in CERN's new collider. All of these environments and several more are described. At the core of this book is a discussion of the impact of these environments on the devices used in computing, data processing and communication. While unashamedly oriented to the engineer-designer and manager, with descriptions in a highly readable form, there is no compromise in physical accuracy when describing high-energy radiation and the effects it produces, such as electronic failure, coloration and the decay of strength. A great breadth of technical data, such as may be needed to make quick decisions, is presented with literature references and a compendium of web-sites which have been tested and used by the authors.

Handbook of Radiation Effects

This revised second edition of a popular handbook for engineers describes the important relationship between high-energy radiation environments, electronic device physics and materials. It is a straightforward account of the problems which arise when high-energy radiation bombards matter and of engineering methods for solving those problems. Radiation effects are a problem encountered in the use of highly engineered materials such as semiconductors, optics and polymers. The finely-tuned properties of these materials may change drastically when exposed to a radiation environment such as a beam of X-rays or electrons, the space environment or the 'hadrons' in CERN's new collider. All of these environments and several more are described. At the core of this book is a discussion of the impact of these environments on the devices used in computing, data processing and communication. While unashamedly oriented to the engineer-designer and manager, with descriptions in a highly readable form, there is no compromise in physical accuracy when describing high-energy radiation and the effects it produces, such as electronic failure, coloration and the decay of strength. A great breadth of technical data, such as may be needed to make quick decisions, is presented with literature references and a compendium of web-sites which have been tested and used by the authors.

1. Radiation, physics and measurement ; 2. Radiation environments (including human risks from the terrestrial environment) ; 3. Response of materials and devices to radiation ; 4. Metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) devices ; 5. Bipolar transistors and integrated circuits ; 6. Diodes, solar cells, optoelectronics ; 7. Power semiconductors ; 8. Optical media ; 9. Microelectronics, sensors, MEMs, passives, and other components ; 10. Polymers and other organics ; 11. The interaction of radiation with shielding materials ; 12. Computer methods for particle transport ; 13. Radiation testing ; 14. Radiation-hardening of semiconductor parts ; 15. Equipment hardening and hardness assurance ; APPENDICES ; A. Useful general and geophysical data ; B. Radiation quantities ; C. Useful data on materials used in electronic equipment ; D. Bibliography of dosimeter research ; E. Dose-depth curves for typical Earth orbits, calculated by ESA's Space Environment Information System (SPENVIS) software ; F. Degradation in polymers in ionizing radiation ; G. Useful websites

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